Celebrating Sukkot in Clinton Hill
By ROISIN WISNESKI, Community Contributor
originally posted on the NYTimes
“One of the best things about being a rabbi in a school in Brooklyn is that we are at the epicenter of Jewish life. Last year we made a sukkah that we tagged with art and Hebrew words,” said Weinstein. “It’s a very liberal community here at Pratt, and we’re right near the Hasids. Both hipsters and Hasids are counterculture in the way that they dress and their customs.” – Rabbi Simcha Weinstein
Rabbi Simcha Weinstein shows off the Pratt sukkah in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.
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